"Requests for humans." :)
The prevalence of SOA, microservices and dev/stage/live environment build processes precipitated the development of smolder. The challenges these technologies pose requires the use of restful api tests which are simple and repeatable on different endpoints without modifying the tests or the endpoints. A lot of these environments require agents running the tests to be inside the network boundary and running inside internal build pipelines.
Smolder aims to solve these problems by providing features such as:
- Smoke test your rest API.
- Validate response times.
- Validate redirects.
- Validate ssl certificates.
- Validate headers.
- Validate json object types using validictory
pip install git+https://github.com/sky-shiny/smolder.git
After installing copy/paste the following into a bash shell:
cat <<EOF > github_status.yaml --- tests: - name: "Github Status" outcomes: expect_status_code: 301 response_redirect: "https://status.github.com/api/status.json" inputs: headers: User-Agent: "Smolder smoke test library" uri: /api/status.json - inputs: headers: User-Agent: "Smolder smoke test library" name: "Github Status ssl" outcomes: response_json_contains: status: good response_max_time_ms: 200 port: 443 protocol: https uri: /api/status.json EOF smolder status.github.com github_status.yaml